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    When I saw the title of this book, it was one I had to read. Yes, I lived through this time in history but wanted to know much more about what happened before, during and after November 22, 1963.

    The Stories of FDR's Fala, Patton's Willie, and Ike's Telek

    Motivating Black Males to Achieve In School & In Life by Baruti K. Kafele is a teacher's guide to meaningful and successful engagement in the life of an African American Male Child.

    "Do You Know Enough About Me to Teach Me”, is a book written to remind teachers of the significant role they play in either enhancing or stifling a student's life.

    Book Review - Tilogos

    An exposition on the development of language

    "Burning for Freedom" by Anurupa Cinar tells the life story of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (May 28, 1883-February 26, 1966). Savarkar, a Brahmin Hindu, was a key freedom fighter who helped liberate India from being under British Rule. He is responsible for creating a secret revolutionary society known as Abhinav Bharat whose influence spread throughout India. Savarkar’s efforts caused him to be imprisoned by the British for many years at the brutal Cellular Jail. During his time spent there Savarkar was treated inhumanely, like many of the other political prisoners who were also imprisoned there. Refusing to be beaten down and give up on India gaining her freedom, Savarkar could not be defeated. He felt that while India was under the rule of the British Empire, his people were enslaved because they had no constitution or rights with which they could be protected.

    Shame is something we should NEVER feel!

    Review of Exodus Lost

    Exodus Lost reopens outstanding cold cases from antiquity and tracks down their solutions using cutting-edge science, classical scholarship, and tenacity. The adventure begins with an epic journey across the Atlantic Ocean that Aztec and Mayan chronicles describe as their ancestral voyage to Mexico. By mapping the details within these texts, the author locates their lost homeland and corroborates their traditions of an ocean-crossing long before Columbus or the Vikings. From this follow a series of groundbreaking discoveries into the origins of Mexican civilization, the roots of Western civilization, the creation of the alphabet, the history of the pyramids, and even new archaeological evidence for several major Bible stories. Enter a world of exploration and discovery, mystery and revelation. Whether your passion is archaeology or religion, history or simply a great adventure, Exodus Lost delivers. Beautifully illustrated with 126 photos, maps, and engravings.

    The Complete Bankruptcy Guide

    This is a well thought through information book. This gives both the consumer and small business owner much to consider concerning the possible need to apply for bankruptcy. The author lists the pros and cons associated with bankruptcy, giving the individual detailed information for them to make an educated decision. This book talks about what may lead up to filing for bankruptcy and what one needs to consider. It also gives in fine detail the different types of bankruptcies that is available to help the individual move forward in life and get out from a debt that is unbearable. It lists what one must do to file for bankruptcy and/or the possible need to have a lawyer do the paperwork for you. There is the discussion of creditors calling and once the paperwork is filed that collection activity must cease. There is also the discussion of what to expect during and after filing for bankruptcy. This is book that anyone who is in dire financial debt should consider reading to at least know what could be available to them. It isn't a get rid of debt quick plan rather a well documented book that gives detailed information concerning what one needs to consider concerning bankruptcy. This book was provided by for my honest review. 5 of 5 stars.

    Against the backdrop of his most haunting, high-profile murder and child abuse cases, a veteran prosecutor goes beyond an insider's reflection to shine a light on the humanlike qualities personified in the U.S. criminal justice system and what this means for our future. "The Humanity of Justice," by Burke Strunsky is a procedural true-crime book told through the eyes and heart of a veteran criminal prosecutor who cares about the people he meets and their life-altering circumstances. Burke E. Strunsky, a senior deputy district attorney in southern California, takes the reader inside the courtroom for some of the most haunting criminal cases in the state as well as the nation, including: a highly respected church leader who brutally murders his wife for the insurance money while their baby sleeps peacefully in another room; a twisted father who sexually molests his daughter's own friends at her slumber parties; a former police chief who drowns his wife of thirty years in their backyard spa; and a young man who sadistically tortures and kills a helpless three-year-old boy, yet manages to dodge the death penalty.

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